|July 17, 2014|
|Every Company is a Cloud Company: The Relationship Between Technology and the Future of Business|
|By Brian Solis|
|People first. That's where this discussion begins.
My guest on this episode of Revolution is NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson. For running one of the leading companies in the cloud business software game, Nelson is among the more grounded and sincere technology executives I've sat down with in quite a while. We didn't discuss innovation, speeds and feeds or key differentiators of NetSuite versus other companies, instead we looked at people, why and how they run businesses, and how technology enables them to chase their dreams and goals.
n our discussion, Nelson walked us through the migration of mainframe to PC to cloud computing and in the process, through technology, brought us closer to people (customers, partners, and employees) than ever before. [...]
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|The Benefits of Building, Joining or Growing a Mastermind Group|
|Anyone who has read Napoleon Hill's often cited business classic, Think and Grow Rich will be familiar with the business use of something called a Mastermind Group. Hill's book recounts how many successful business people rely on a small, tight-knit group of advisors to help them build their businesses.
I've long been an advocate of assembling some form of a group of peer advisors, board members or customer collaborators to help you grow your business. As an entrepreneur or CEO you often lack both the filter and the sounding board you need to see things bigger ways. [...]
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